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Some Changes Going On…

So as you guys know, our music has been free for years. However, we have a distro deal in the works, which means we had sm3to decide whether to still offer it for free. Ultimately, we decided not to. The EPs are still free and always will be, but the LPs now cost $5. We wrestled with this for a long time but ultimately, the advantages gained by having the music distributed to more people outweighed the objections we have to charging money. After all, it’s not about money. It’s about more people hearing it.

As always, we appreciate your support and thank you for it. And this of course has no bearing on the sites that keep stealing our shit and giving it away for free anyway, regardless of how we feel about it.

See you on the flip side,

Sin & Cosmo

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REVIEW for Cadaver in New Noise Magazine

In the past, SinDelle performed a style of musical aggression that was a bit warmer and hard-edged; sounding almost like if Otep fronted an electronic act screen2in the vein of raucous screams, coupled with raw electronic and guitar-driven energy. But as of late, she’s displayed another talent – she can actually sing! Yet not only does she sing on Cadaver Amortem, she sings her ass off in an incredible display that results in darkwave influenced tracks like the dance club friendly “Alone” and also in moments of sheer amazement, like “November.” Where this one came from, I’ve still no clue; but I’m putting back together the pieces of my mind as I slowly start to believe that Scream Machine might just have the ability to become the next Android Lust if she chooses to continue down this path. Though if you’re still not convinced, just take a glance at “Coma” for further reinforcement.

in the vein of raucous screams, coupled with raw electronic and guitar-driven energy. But as of late, she’s displayed another talent – she can actually sing! Yet not only does she sing on Cadaver Amortem, she sings her ass off in an incredible display that results in darkwave influenced tracks like the dance club friendly “Alone” and also in moments of sheer amazement, like “November.” Where this one came from, I’ve still no clue; but I’m putting back together the pieces of my mind as I slowly start to believe that Scream Machine might just have the ability to become the next Android Lust if she chooses to continue down this path. Though if you’re still not convinced, just take a glance at “Coma” for further reinforcement.

Read the whole review: http://newnoisemagazine.com/album-review-scream-machine-cadaver-amatorem/